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Job title: SEN Teaching Assistant Location: Leeds Pay: £70 to £89 (Salary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications) The role  We are currently recruiting a SEND Teaching Assistant to join our well-established team of supply staff. The ideal candidate will hold a level 2 Teaching Assistant qualification and will have recent experience in a Secondary School working as a SEND Teaching Assistant. Whether you are an experienced SEND Teaching Assistant looking for flexibility or an NQT looking to professionally develop your skills, this role would be suitable for you. The school  We work with Secondary Schools and Secondary Academies across Bradford.


We are looking to recruit a SEND Teaching Assistant to work with a 6th form class within a Special School in Leeds. The position is due to commence directly after half term (Monday 6th June) and will run until the end of the academic year. There is the option to continue into the new academic year in September and also to move onto a permanent contract with the school. The position is 8:45 - 3:30, 4 days a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), although could be full time if this suits better.


Behaviour Support Workers are urgently required in our client secondary school in LS9. The role is aimed at those who want to work in a challenging setting and make a difference to the education of children and teenagers ages 11 to 16. Secondary schools are searching for support workers to help manage behaviour around the school, ideally suited for those pursing a career in pastoral care, counselling, or SEND teaching.  The role will entail a lot of hall monitoring, enforcing behaviour policies, supporting their education and ensuring they are where they need to be.


Personal Care Assistant - Leeds Are you interested in working with students with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties or Physical Disabilities? Do you have Personal Care experience and an in-date Moving, Handling and Hoisting certificate? A large, well-resourced special educational needs school in Leeds is urgently looking for personal care assistants to work alongside the teaching staff to provide both 1:1 and more generalized support to the students. £65-85 per day Immediate starts available Requirements: An interest in working with students with PMLD and PD A flexible and proactive approach Experience supporting students in personal care, moving, handling, and hoisting Willingness to provide Personal Care Existing DBS check on the update service Existing experience working with children or adults with SEND Responsibilities: Assist and support with the development and learning of students within the school Provide 1:1 and general support to students according to requirements for the day Work alongside other teaching and support staff to ensure a safe and productive work environment is maintained Be responsible for ensuring school policies are upheld including behavior policies If interested in applying for this or similar positions, please apply now!


Psychology & Sports Graduates - £325 - £425 per week - immediate starts in Leeds, Wakefield & Bradford Most of the positions turn into permanent jobs.  We are seeking Teaching Assistants, Tutors and Support Workers for Pupil Referral Units, SEMH Schools and alternative education settings across West and North Yorkshire for long term and short-term roles that in many cases lead to a permanent job. This acts as a great platform if you are looking for a career in education, especially if you are intending to go on and complete your teacher training or work with young people in a wider context. Many of these positions do turn into permanent work and I have had many graduates who have started work with me and have gone on to get their dream job working with young people or in a wider field of Clinical Psychology or as a PE teacher/Instructor  Are you interested in supporting young people who no longer attend a mainstream school?


Youth Support Worker Leeds, West Yorkshire  08:30-15:30, Monday to Friday - September Start! Are you passionate about supporting children and young people in the Leeds area? Do you have experience supporting children, young people and/or adults with autism and learning disabilities? If you are answering ‘yes' to any of these questions, then this would be the ideal role for you!


We are looking to recruit fully qualified teachers. In this role you will be Teaching primary or secondary students with strong social and emotional mental health needs. The schools cater for children who may have struggled to succeed in previous mainstream environments due to challenging behaviour, SEMH or additional complex needs. All of our using schools are rated as Good or Outstanding in several areas including personal development, behaviour and welfare of the students Multi-disciplinary teams and small class sizes with excellent additional support staff make it a desirable and rewarding place to teach* As a successful candidate you must have : Ideally experience teaching in a SEMH provision or pupil referral unit.


Behaviour Support Worker We are currently seeking a Behaviour Support Worker (BSW) with previous school based experience to join one of our fantastic schools in September 2022. This is a permanent opportunity to join an 'Good' Primary school based in Leeds (LS9). The school are looking for someone who has the right qualties and skills to have a positive impact on this pupils behaviour throughout the course of the academic year. The successful candidate will meet the following criteria: Have previous school based experience, relevant to the role.


We are looking to register SEND LSA's for immediate work leading to potential long term work at a Special School in Leeds. The school supports children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, and then years Years 3-6 who all have an Educational Health and Care Plan (EHCP) because of a medical condition, disability and/or early social communication and interaction difficulties. The School provides a range of learning experiences in a caring and secure atmosphere, where both effort and achievement are encouraged and praised. The curriculum is tailored to the individual child, incorporating their EHCP outcomes and looking at ways in which they can support the development of the whole child.

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